Memorable wedding day.

A wedding is undeniably the most glorious occasion in a person’s life. Flowers symbolize new beginnings and have been used for thousands of years to mark the celebration. Wedding flowers can be used to adorn the bride, the groom, the attendants, the bridal party, the wedding venue, the reception table, the brides vehicles and just about anything else requiring a touch of magic for that special day!

We at Elegant Creations are passionate about creating that special touch to make your wedding day memorable for a lifetime. From the smallest to the largest wedding dreams can come true!

Working hard over the years has earned Elegant Creation an enviable reputation that has become synonymous with the delivery of uncompromising quality and beautiful floral design. In creating such a unique , fun and exciting experience combining flowers and personalized service, our brand is growing.  By offering such a vast and exciting range of floral theme ideas we pride ourselves on always being able to create the perfect wedding solution to meet all our client’s needs. As talented designers our work focus on color, theme and style brings the very best to your wedding day.

Planning the Perfect Wedding

When it comes to planning the perfect wedding, flower ideas can start with your favorite flowers or colors in mind or taking into consideration the season when the wedding will take place. For example, if you were planning a Fall wedding, then you might choose to use flowers that are suited to that time of the year which would possibly suit an average budget, or if choosing a Tropical wedding theme, a choice of the more luxurious exotic flowers for your arrangements. If your theme happens to be planned around a flower itself ( such as rose theme wedding), you will need to determine which type and colour of roses will be featured.

Lastly, you will need to be consider your budget and weather or not stay low or blow it through the roof. Cost of flowers chosen can play an important role in making your choice.

Create a theme

How to Choose Flowers for Your Wedding Day?

The colors chosen should complement the bridal gown, the wedding theme, and the clothing of the rest of the bridal party.

The season plays an important role in your choice, especially if you’re budget-conscious.

Think about where you want flowers to play a role in your wedding.

Bride’s bouquet

This is the most intimate floral arrangement for the wedding

Ultimately, the choice of flowers for the bouquet depend on what you want, the style of your dress, your height and your wedding theme. It is recommended that you don’t finalize the bouquet until you have chosen your dress, because the two must match perfectly.

There are various styles of bouquets. These include round, trailer, sheaf, crescent, line, and cascade bouquets:

  • Round bouquets are a popular choice for many brides. This style is usually used for large flowers such as roses or peonies, loosely arranged with foliage and tied with a ribbon.
  • Large trailing bouquets (a cascade) are particularly suited to romantic style wedding gowns. They will only work well with larger dresses though; they overpower anything slinky or close-fitting. These usually consist of flowers wired to a handle; it is both the most traditional and most formal form of bouquet shapes.
  • Tied bouquets are hand tied casually or wound together with wire. This style goes best with a modern, simple dress at a contemporary wedding.
  • A posy is a minimalist approach that is very small and usually hand-tied with ribbon; lily of the valley is an ideal flower for this type of bouquet.
  • A pomander bouquet is usually made without the addition of foliage and it can be suspended on a ribbon for the bride to wear on her wrist.
  • An elegant line bouquet of lilies is a good choice for a slim-fitting gown.
  • A modern style bouquet made of exotic flowers and tropical foliage will suit the contemporary bride.
Amaryllis, anemone, daffodil, freesia, gerbera, lily of the valley, orchid, ranunculus, stephanotis, and sweet pea.
Spring Flowers
Anthurium, carnation, chrysanthemum, gypsophila, lily, magnolia, peony, rose, and sunflower.
Summer Flowers
Agapanthus, aster, clematis, daisy, hosta, hydrangea, passion flower, and pinks.
Autumn/fall flowers
Camellia, euphorbia, iris, nerine, pansy, poinsettia, snowdrop, tulip.
Winter flowers
Calla lily, carnation, gypsophila, orchid, protea, rose, and tulip.
All year round flowers